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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-110

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106 faculty of arts Himalayas Andes Rocky Mountains Volcanic phenomena and thermal springs Distribution of metallic ores on the earth's surface The persistence of life on the earth extinction of species animals which live on sea-shores Life in the open ocean Life provinces Races of man II Second Year Geography of England 15-3 15 First Term The Sea-coast of England Second Term The Hill ranges of England Third Term The River Thames and its tributaries Every student is required to write exercises from week to week and to answer questions on every Lecture He λυιΊΙ also in the Second Year draw contour sections from the New Ordnance Survey Map of England and compare portions of that map with the map of the Geological Survey Evening Classes Class III Physical Geography of England and Physical Geography of the Earth Junior Mon 7-8 Class IV Ditto Senior Mon 8-9 These Lectures will be illustrated with maps diagrams and lantern pictures Class Historical Geography and Geographical Distribu- tion of the Human Race Tuesdays 6-7 Fees -Class II each £1115 Gd per Term or £3 135 Gd per annum or if both taken £2 125 Gd per Term or £6 65 per annum Class III IV λ each £1 15 per Term or £1 115 Gd for the Winter Session For Syllabus of Classes in Geology and Geography with Mineralogy see under Faculty of Science
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